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Post by Lilly96 » Sat Dec 25, 2021 3:53 am

I recently purchased a new joystick for my gaming setup, but I seem to be having trouble finding the appropriate driver for it. I've tried searching on the manufacturer's website, various driver download websites, and even checked the forums, but I still can't seem to find it. Could someone please provide me with a direct download link to the driver for this specific joystick model? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Re: Thejoystick.Tech

Post by Detective » Sun Dec 26, 2021 8:51 am

Below you can download driver for Windows.

File name: thejoysticktech.exe
Version: 4.845
File size: 31656 MB
Upload source: other website
Antivirus software passed: Kaspersky v. 1.43


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Device Specification:
- Model: Thejoystick.Tech
- Type: Joystick
- Compatibility: Compatible with PC, Xbox, and PlayStation gaming systems
- Connectivity: Wired USB connection
- Features: 6 programmable buttons, adjustable joystick sensitivity, multi-directional D-pad, vibration feedback, ergonomic design for comfortable grip, plug-and-play functionality, LED indicator lights.

Troubleshooting Questions and Answers:
1. Q: Why is my Thejoystick.Tech not being recognized by my game console?
A: Please ensure that the joystick is properly connected to the console using the provided USB cable. Also, check if the joystick's compatibility is suitable for your specific game console.

2. Q: My Thejoystick.Tech's D-pad is not responding accurately. What can I do?
A: Firstly, try cleaning the D-pad gently using a soft cloth to remove any dirt or debris that may be obstructing its movement. If the issue persists, you can try recalibrating the joystick in the game settings or contacting the manufacturer for further assistance.

3. Q: My Thejoystick.Tech's vibration feedback is not working. How can I fix it?
A: Firstly, ensure that the vibration feature is enabled in the game settings. If it is enabled and still not working, try checking the joystick's connection and make sure it is securely plugged into the console. If the issue continues, it may be a hardware problem, and contacting the manufacturer for support would be recommended.


Re: Re: Thejoystick.Tech

Post by Lilly96 » Sun Dec 26, 2021 11:30 pm

Thank you so much for providing the link to the working Windows driver for my device! I really appreciate it.

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